Gesellschaft zur Förderung von Medizin-,
Bio- und Umwelttechnologien e. V.

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Extensive experiences with self developed optical spectroscopy based diagnostic methods in the ultraviolet, visible and near infrared wavelength ranges are present. Clinical studies were accomplished in several hospitals like the university dermatologic hospital Jena and the hospital Dresden-Friedrichstadt.

Our special abilities lie in the following areas:

  • Research and development of new, predominantly optical spectroscopy based diagnostic methods in medicine
  • Realization of clinical studies in vivo at patients with optical spectroscopy based diagnostic methods including requesting at the ethics commission
  • Waveguide supported Vis-NIR remittance and fluorescence measurements from 400 nm to 1600 nm for dermatology
  • Combined remittance and fluorescence measurements with integrated digital picture recording
  • Spectral Imaging remittance measurements with fiber optic probe head with one hundred measuring channels
  • Response evaluation from wound bandages with optical spectroscopy based diagnostic methods
  • Optical in vivo radiation irritation and diagnostics of the vestibular apparatus

Within the clinical application range, above all, experiences in the following areas are present:

  • dermatology
  • otolaryngology
  • sports medicine
Application field: Remittance and fluorescence spectroscopy for dermatological applications

Several stand-alone devices of miniaturized VIS spectrometer systems SKINREM were developed in collaboration and tested in hospitals. Remittance spectra of human skin and wounds can be measured by a patented reflection and contact free quartz waveguide device without disturbing pressure influences on the tissue. The most current development is a spectral imaging based fiber optic probe head with integrated micro optics that enables a simultaneous measurement of remittance spectra from one hundred points laterally distributed at the surface of chronic wounds. Measurements are contactless and independent of distance from the wound, and a wound score image is displayed after data analysis. This method provides either an objective numerical wound score for the medical practice, spectral data bases of keratosis and skin tumors or a spectral determination of the skin type.

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